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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Good Fences




I thought I'd join Good Fences this week as it's been a while and I've been taking lots of country scene photos with fences in them.






This scarecrow was pretty clever at pointing the way at the junction of 2 roads.  But, we didn't take his advice and went the other way.  

After our lovely hot spell that we call 'summer' we woke this morning to a fall like feel to the air.  It went down to 10C (50F) and tonight it's to drop to 7C.  There is even a risk of frost in parts of New Brunswick tonight!  It was a lovely day once it warmed up though.  Looks like a showery, cool weekend coming.
Thanks for visiting.   I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Pop on over to visit TexWis Girl for Good Fences.

Blessings,
Pam

35 comments:

  1. Oh no! Seems like we are going to skip summer this year! Love all your pictures­čśŐ

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  2. We got much the same cool down- very welcome too- on Tuesday. Beautiful shots- the cows look quite at peace.

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  3. pretty farm country! thanks for linking, pam!

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  4. Love the tidiness of the second photos. And what a good looking scarecrow!

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  5. So many kind of fences!
    I'm so surprised at such cool weather, Pamela. We are going to have rain for the next two days, but 18C.

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  6. John wore his flannel shirt all day. That's a sure sign of cooler temps. I loved it, though. No complaints. I'm a little concerned about the campers, though. Pretty new header or else I've not been paying attention.

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  7. Beautiful rural scenes that look very peaceful and calm to me. My favorite is the image with the cows - oh, I love cows.
    10C? Oh boy, it's July... and you already feel fall. I hope you will have summer longer than this!

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  8. Oh my - frost in July? Yikes! Your countryside scenes are beautiful and green. Love the scarecrow pointing the way. Hope summer temps return quickly.

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  9. Hello, very pretty countryside. I love the farm with cattle. Cute scarecrow. Have a happy weekend!

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  10. Frost in July?! How weird is that? I love your shots of rural New Brunswick, Pamela!

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  11. I thought the scarecrow was a real man:):) Fine looking fences. Hug B

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  12. A crazy summer and to have frost is simply uncalled for. :-) Cooler temps and rain a couple of times a week suits me fine but it's not very nice for beach days and camping.

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  13. Hahaha...I thought the scarecrow was a man pointing the way! Very clever! I heard northern NB had a risk of frost overnight...crazy or what? It cooled down to about 12-14 degrees overnight here...which is cool for this time of year. Forecast is calling for some substantial rain next week...hate to say it, but we do need it! Have an awesome weekend!!

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  14. Gosh Pamela, can't believe you might get frost - that's much too early! Here we are breathless and sweaty in the constant 90+F day in day out, and would gladly pack some of that heat in a package and send by expedited mail if possible!!!!!!
    The countryside looks spectacular - I always enjoy your shots with or without fences. Love the pointing scarecrow. We loved seeing the English farmlands as always on this last trip - seeing the rolling dairy and sheep farms of Devon is always so calming and full of childhood memories for me. Even Jasmin loved them and listened patiently to my stories of gathering wildflowers, picking early morning mushrooms, gathering elderberry etc. in the school hols. Oh how I loved those days of long ago - I should have stayed and married a farmer, haha! Don't tell Bob though!
    Enjoy the weekend - send your rain our way please.
    Hugs - Mary

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  15. I love scarecrows and I especially like that image with the cows. Cool. Carol

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  16. You have some great fences and country scenes here. I really like them, especially the pointing scarecrow.

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  17. Beautiful photos, Pamela. You really are getting some fall like weather. xo Laura

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  18. Such beautiful scenery - I just love the green, patchwork farms on the hillside and all the fields full of flowers. Those tan and white spotted cows are very pretty, too! I haven't seen a whole herd of this kind before. Fun scarecrow, too! I just love taking long country drives (with good fences:) in the summertime. Thanks for taking us along, Pam! xo

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  19. Lovely photos . Oh WOW ! frost? it is to hit a sticky 28C feel like 39C here and higher for the weekend and it is already starting . Thank goodness for AC ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good weekend !

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  20. Beautiful shots, Pamela! Our heat index will be in triple digits (F) this weekend. Ugh.

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  21. I love seeing other rural country photos in different parts of the country and yours are beautiful Pam.

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  22. Lovely fences Pam. I think some of those scenes look familiar...

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  23. Frost in July? Has that ever happened before? Lovely countryside scenes!

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  24. I love the scarecrow! I hope that it has warmed up for you now. Brrr otherwise! xx

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  25. You live in a gorgeous part of the world Pam, I love those rolling hills. Although we did have a few slightly cooler days, and even one coolish night, [thank goodness] we are back to 36 + again this weekend. As for rain...I wish, we keep hearing how we have had some..but nope, nothing here.

    Jen

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  26. You live in a gorgeous part of the world Pam, I love those rolling hills. Although we did have a few slightly cooler days, and even one coolish night, [thank goodness] we are back to 36 + again this weekend. As for rain...I wish, we keep hearing how we have had some..but nope, nothing here.

    Jen

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  27. Yikes, that was quite the drop in temperature. It is hot and humid here today, so I'll see if I can send some your way. Lovely country photos are always a delight to look at.

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  28. Lovely pastoral scenes. The best of summer.
    Amalia
    xo

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  29. Nice fence shots Pamela . . .
    Beautiful outdoor scenery . . .
    Looks like summer . . .

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  30. i would have never guessed that was a scarecrow ... that is too funny!! ( :
    i love the wide shots ... you can see for miles. so pretty. i hope you are staying cool. we are having really hot & humid temps lately.

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  31. Lovely country photos, Pamela. The scarecrow made me smile--he's very realistic looking! I'm glad our Colorado summer has not been too hot. I was in NYC for two weeks visiting family and friends and the humidity was horrible.

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  32. Hello Pam...I have missed you. We have ben to our daughter and son-in-law's cottage a few time so we have been in and out! Your pictures are beautiful! I love pictures of the old countryside. Makes me feel like I am o our farm years ago. Your Header is beautiful also. I have been hinting for a scarecrow in our garden but I see it is not out in the garden yet!!!! Did you plant a garden this year. I know you enjoyed all the food last year. I imagine you are enjoying your wonderful new deck! Well, take care and enjoy the summer!!!

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